Whatever Happened to Penny Candy

Whatever Happened to Penny Candy by Richard J. Maybury

Explains economics clearly and simply. Shows the problems with our current money system.

-Jill

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Southern Gentleman

Southern Gentleman by Yvonne Lehman

A short book and a quick read that delivers a wholesome romance about overcoming obstacles. It can seem a bit dated at times, but is still entertaining.

-Lauren

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Domiknitrix

Domiknitrix by Jennifer Stafford

Though it is not a regular romance story it is some naughty, good, reading fun. This book is not only fun for beginning knitters, but also the experienced knitters. I especially loved the the detailed guide for different stitches, cast-ons, and so on. I even learned some tips that have improved my knitting and made it go faster with less mistakes!. A great book for the happy knitter.

-Jena

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Where Are You Now?

Where Are You Now? by Mary Higgins Clark

So far, this is my favorite book by Mary Higgins Clark It was a little tough to keep up with in the beginning with all the characters, but as I got into it, it just kept getting better and better. All along you think Mack has been alive after disappearing 10 years prior; the family started to think he was the one kidnapping innocent girls. You won’t believe who was really behind it!

-Melissa

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The Language of Flowers

The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh

I loved this book! Once I started, I did not want to put it down! My favorite part of this book was how the author wove the past and the present life of the main character. I also really liked learning about many meanings behind flowers.

-Kimberly

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We Were Liars

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

This book was beautifully crafted. A story that proves that characters can be more meaningful than the plot. This novel will easily keep your interest and keep you turning pages until you find out the truth to the mystery of last summer! Loved the way it was written and everything else about “We Were Liars!”

-Alex

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Clay

Clay by Jennifer Blake

A quick and fun read set in the swamps of Louisiana. The subject matter was a little heave at time, but the book was always a romance at it’s heart.

-Amanda

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